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Jonquière Marquis
City: Saguenay, Quebec
League: LNAH
Founded: 2008
Home Arena: Palais des Sport
Franchise history
1996 to 1997: Saint-Lin-Laurentides Gladiateurs
1997 to 1998: Sainte-Thérèse Chiefs
1998 to 2005: Laval Chiefs
2005 to 2006: Laval Summum-Chiefs
2006 to 2008: Saint-Jean Summum Chiefs
2008 to 2009: Saguenay 98.3
2009 to 2012: Saguenay Marquis
2012 to present: Jonquière Marquis
Championships
Regular Season Titles: 5 2006-07, 2011-12, 2012-13, 2015-16, 2016-17
Division Championships: None
Playoff Championships: 6
2001-02, 2002-03 (as Laval Chiefs)
2006-07 (as Saint-Jean Summum Chiefs)
2012-13, 2013-14, 2016-17
The Jonquière Marquis are a hockey team in the Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey (LNAH), which is based in the province of Quebec. They play at the Palais des Sports.

HistoryEdit

The team started as the Saint-Lin-Laurentides Gladiateurs in 1996-1997 and moved to Sainte-Thérèse to become the Sainte-Thérèse Chiefs in 1997-1998.

They moved to Laval in 1998-1999, playing at the Colisée de Laval as the Laval Chiefs. During its time at Laval, the team won the Futura Cup in 2001-2002 and 2002-2003. The Laval Chiefs were also featured in a 2004 documentary on the Chiefs' enforcers, Les Chiefs.

The Chiefs were previously part of the semi-professional QSPHL (1998–2003) and QSMHL (2003–2004).

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Saint-Jean Summum Chiefs logo.

The team was sold to Genex Communications in 2005-2006 and were rechristened the Summum Chiefs after one of Genex's magazines, Summum. Genex sold the team to a group from Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and it moved there for the 2006-2007 season, playing at the Colisée Isabelle-Brasseur. The Saint-Jean Summum Chiefs won the Futura Cup in 2006-2007, after ironically having played their last two playoff series in their former home, the Colisée de Laval.

The team moved to Saguenay in 2008 to become the Saguenay 98.3, after the local radio station that sponsored the team, CKRS-FM (at the time under ownership of Corus Entertainment). The players were sold but not the name Summum Chiefs, whose name was retained by Genex. The team name moved to Saint-Hyacinthe in 2008 to become the Saint-Hyacinthe Chiefs, before that team permanently folded the following season.

Yearly ResultsEdit

Season GP W L T OL SL Pts GF GA Standing Playoffs
Saint-Lin-Laurentides Gladiateurs
1996–97351120 -4 -261441793rd CentralLost First Round
Sainte-Thérèse Chiefs
1997–98381418 -6 -341751943rd WestLost First Round
Laval Chiefs
1998–99361614 -6 -381631713rd WestLost Quarterfinals
1999–00382414 -0 -481841462nd NikeLost Semifinals
2000–01442516 -12532061903rd WestLost Quarterfinals
2001–02 442615 -21552101862nd WestWon Championship
2002–03523118 -12652361762nd WestWon Championship
2003–04502424 -02501942095th WestDid not qualify
2004–05601538 -61372073239thDid not qualify
Laval Summum Chiefs
2005–06561933 -40422172838th
St-Jean Summum Chiefs
2006–07483214 -1166215172T-1stWon Championship
2007–08522821 -12592682374thLost Quarterfinals
Saguenay 98.3
2008–09441427 -21311411928thLost Quarterfinals
Saguenay Marquis
2009-10442715 -02561781553rdLost Semifinals
2010–11421719 -51421721886th

Lost Quarterfinals

2011–12482916 -3 -612161951stLost Semifinals
Jonquière Marquis
2012-13402711 -11561671351stWon Championship
2013-14402414 -2050167144T-2ndWon Championship
2014-1540269 -5 -571841522ndLost Semifinals
2015-16402711 -2 -561641051stLost Semifinals
2016-1740307 -3 -631771181stWon Championship
2017-18362011 -5 -451421222ndLost Semifinals
2018-19362015 -10411481364thLost Final
2019-20361417 -41331371565thPlayoffs suspended prior to starting

Notable Players alumni (as Saint-Jean Summum Chiefs) Edit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit


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